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Twisted Fusion

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Available on:Wii UNov 3, 2016

Developer: Leuvsion

Genre: RPG

Three friends are transported to a strange world unlike our own. Surrounded by strange creatures and even stranger locals, Cora and her friends have only their wits and a brace of water guns to rely upon! Luckily for our plucky trio of outlanders, the water found in this curious new land possesses mysterious qualities; transforming their ordinary water guns into powerful weapons. Set off on an epic adventure with up to 4 friends. Explore the breath-taking sky islands of Evan and aid their inhabitants by completing challenging quests and defeating the hordes of monsters that plague the land. Discover the secrets of Evan's towers and defeat the dangerous creatures that guard them. Twisted Fusion offers an open world experience, allowing players to choose their own path as they seek to find a way back to our world. Use the Wii U™ GamePad to access a host of apps on Cora's smartphone. Track the time and weather, check your quest progress, fast travel and unlock new characters, costumes, abilities and gadgets. Players can even collect and train their own team of monsters. Stranded in a strange land, our heroes seek only a way home. Can they overcome the dark forces that seek to hinder their mission?

Twisted Fusion Critic Reviews

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Twisted Fusion misses its potential. The skeleton of a solid game is here, but it falls short in various regards and is plagued with issues. What fun you might have from searching for secrets and gaining new abilities is completely marred by tedious combat, a shaky camera and movement, a lack of navigational help, and overall boring gameplay. The variety of technical issues suggest that perhaps this game could have used some more time in development.If you really like action platformers and don't mind a game that's rough around the edges, this isn't the worst game on the eShop considering the price. However, most people should look elsewhere. Twisted Fusion's ultimate fate is that it feels incomplete, not plain awful, and that's sad considering its origins.

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Twisted Fusion is a game that demonstrates some potentially good ideas to be explored, such as its character development and competent gameplay concepts. Unfortunately all good ideas in the world can be overwhelmed by a poor execution, which is what happens in this game. Its mediocre visual environment, lack of precision in the platforming sections, uncorrected bugs and unplayable moments make this a game that only works on paper and which gives the impression that it has not been finished and fully revised before release.

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5 / 10.0

All in all, Twisted Fusion is a good game with a solid structure that woefully lacks a lot of polish. A lot of fun can be had and a nice sense of adventure pervades the game, but sadly the whole thing is held back by the choppy camera, frame rate, and overall production quality.

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Twisted Fusion, to me, isn’t so much bad as it is simply unfinished and broken. I don’t hate the ideas put forth by Lewis Pugh: a Metroidvania with RPG elements is my kind of jam, plus I like that it has co-op… but it’s a dupe to anyone who buys Twisted Fusion thinking it’s finished.

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